The Yolo HCP/NCCP requires the Conservancy to maintain a list of qualified biologists who may complete work related to the Yolo HCP/NCCP for a five-year period. Qualified biologists will conduct several types of surveys and monitoring related to the Yolo HCP/NCCP, including species surveys, planning-level habitat surveys, preconstruction surveys, construction monitoring, and effectiveness monitoring conducted on the reserve system. Qualified biologists have the experience, education, and training necessary to perform the tasks described in the Yolo HCP/NCCP accurately and in an unbiased fashion. Interested biologists must provide the Conservancy with credentials that demonstrate he or she has an understanding of the monitoring protocols, data collection techniques, and handling procedures for the covered species. The Conservancy will keep resumes of the qualified biologists on file. The following is a list of qualified biologists approved by the Conservancy:
The current qualified biologist list is current as of August 4, 2022.